Minor in Healthcare Administration

The Healthcare Administration minor is designed to complement the student’s major with the objective of providing an introductory curriculum, which can assist the student in gaining employment in healthcare and healthcare related career fields. This objective can be achieved by: building on general education core foundations; offering scheduling flexibility for non-traditional students; introducing students to health services management functions through the mastery of certain skills including communication, decision-making, and coordination, unique to healthcare administration; and preparing students for graduate study. The minor requires 18 hours including:

Required Courses
HA 3308Healthcare Organization 13
HA 3324Supervisory Management for Healthcare Managers3
HA 3347Essentials of Healthcare Law3
Electives
Select nine credits from the following:9
Ethics in the Health Professions
Healthcare Administration History, Culture, and Language
Human Resources in Healthcare Management
Management of Health Information Systems
Training and Professional Development in Healthcare
Patient Care Management & Quality Improvement in Health Care Integrated Delivery Systems
Principles of Accounting for Healthcare Managers
Financial Management for Healthcare Managers
Total Hours18
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HA 3308 must be taken prior or concurrent with other HA courses.